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Historic Sites in East Palo Alto, CA

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In 1849, George Washington Patterson came west to strike it rich in gold. Instead, he found fortunes awaiting him...


Filoli Center

San Carlos, CA

This country estate was begun in 1915 for Mr. and Mrs. William B. Bourn, II. Architect Willis J. Polk designed a modi...


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The Museum"s permanent interactive exhibit, "The Crown of the Peninsula," depicts the uses of local land ...


Interactive exhibits include "Nature's Bounty: The Natural Resources that Built San Francisco", "Journey ...


Martin Murphy, Jr. arrived in California with his family in 1844 in the first wagon train to cross the Sierra Nevada....


Our Lady of the Wayside

Portola Valley, CA

Built in 1912 this country church was the first executed design of noted architect, Timothy L. Pflueger, who had just...


California Square

Redwood City, CA

California Square was a parcel of land located north of Marshall Street, between Hamilton and Winslow, diagonally loc...


Beginning in the 1840s, the dock at Alviso served as Santa Clara County’s access to the San Francisco Bay. From this ...


Salt Ponds

Alviso, CA

Beginning with the Ohlone people, who harvested salt for local use and regional trade, small scale salt production on...



Alviso, CA

Known as the El Embarcadero de Santa Clara in pre-American days. Was the port of entry for San Jose prior to the comi...


Established ca.1906, Bayside Canning Company expanded to become the third largest cannery in the United States by 193...


Dedicated to the lasting memory of those from the City of San Carlos and San Carlos High School who gave their lives ...


The Chinese Walls

Redwood City, CA

These stone walls are part of a network of trails and roads built by Chinese immigrants. In 1872 Simon L. Jones bough...


Town of Searsville

Redwood City, CA

Here stood the lumberman’s village of Searsville whose first settler, John Sears, came in 1854. Across the road weste...


Leal Tank House

Fremont, CA

Joseph Silviera Leal and Julia Perry Leal built this tank house on their ranch in the Mission San Jose area of Fremon...


First Saw Mill

Redwood City, CA

About three hundred feet south of this monument on the banks of Alambique Creek, stood San Mateo County's first saw m...


Town of West Union

San Carlos, CA

The town of West Union stood between today’s Edgewood Road and Raymundo Drive in Woodside. The town was originally de...



Alviso, CA

Formerly Saline City, Drawbridge is a California ghost town that is centered around an abandoned railroad sta...


Because of its location at the mouth of the Guadalupe River, Alviso was deemed the ideal location for a seaport. In t...

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